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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

This is the temple of Jupiter, located near forum and the main square. If you’re at the site you must visit it and imagine how it looked before the eruption.

Thank Magnusigbg
Reviewed 16 July 2018

Another temple with interesting details still in existence despite its history. Jupiter was just one of many Gods during the Pompeiian time.

Thank wannabefoodcritic
Reviewed 14 July 2018 via mobile

With views behind of Vesuvius and large part of building surviving a rather brilliant and moving part of our visit

Thank 147ChrisB
Reviewed 4 July 2018 via mobile

Very much the iconic view of Pompeii and although only part is standing it has a real presence at the end of the forum showing its importance in the life of the people. Make sure you get a photo of the temple ruins with Vesuvius...More

Thank MalcH
Reviewed 30 May 2018

Situated at the north end of the forum, built in the 2nd century BC as Pompeii's main temple and intended to dominate the forum. It is in a very ruinous state as it was largely destroyed in the massive earthquake of 62AD and was still...More

4  Thank wendyanddavid536
Reviewed 27 May 2018

I came down from Naples for the day to see the ruins. I spent about 3 hours in there walking around (bring water). I really enjoyed looking through the whole area. There are really well preserved homes and stores etc, that really give an insight...More

1  Thank luvmy32000
Reviewed 19 May 2018 via mobile

While there has been a lot of destruction in the temple you still see the magnificence as it was the main temple in Pompei. The parts still standing tells the tails of this historical landmark

Thank Ricardo B
Reviewed 23 February 2018 via mobile

The Romans were no fools. They built the temple with Vesuvius right behind it. It’s an amazing site. Things are I very good shape and there is a lot of the temple left to see. I was surprised by the size. It’s really awesome.

Thank LostALot22
Reviewed 20 December 2017

When you get to the temple of Jupiter you will get an awesome view of Mt. Vesuvius. It makes for a great photo opportunity. It is very impressive.

Thank Richard F
Reviewed 27 November 2017

The scale is impressive, not to mention the stunning architecture and attention to detail. They sure don't build them like that anymore!

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